Thursday, December 15, 2011

Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz



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24 comments:

Lara said...

I love these so much! Just a leeetle bit demented!

Little Zoey said...
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Overlooking Mississippi said...

well-I've never seen snow globes like these!

Some I quite like-dreamy and detailed.

p.s.some remind me of the movie "Fargo"

Amish Stories said...

I'm just stopping by different type of blogs and thought id say hello folks. So greetings from an Amish community in Pennsylvania, and wishing everyone a merry Christmas and a healthy and happy new year. Richard from Amish Stories

melifaif said...

So fantastic.....yet eerie. Wow! Tell me how you really feel? hahaha

ajg-jane said...

It took me a couple of passes to fully take in these fabulously freaky fluffy globes. Love.

tulpen said...

I tried. But I can't pick a favorite.

All amazing.

Love!!!

Caroline said...

LOL...what's up with that Amish dude? I didn't think they could use computers. I digress... These globes are frickin awesome!

Kathryn said...

They are brilliant!

The overall whimsical at first glance serenity belies the darker social undertones that the globes portray one you really start looking at them.

Kathryn said...

Out of curiosity as we live an Amish community, I had to check out the commenter "Amish Stories" blog and it turns out he isn't Amish but has a rapport with them and posts recipes and stories of their lives.

It is a very different lifestyle and are better prepared in the event of an apocalypse as they do not use electricity and shunned most modern conveniences, they shop at Walmart like the rest of us. At a Walmart in town that skirts the Amish community area they even have horse and buggy parking in the parking lot.

Alexis L., The Studioist said...

Love the cheek. All snow globes should pretty much be like these snow globes.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Some are disturbing, but some are delightful!

Annabelle said...

um wow? no...yeah...wow.

i loved them, im bothered by some of them...i scarily identified with some of them...i think i fantasize about acting out a couple of them...i need a hug

Elle Sees said...

After that tea cup post you had me worried. glad the drollgirl we know and love is back!

Carey Brown Strombotne said...

a.ma.zing! this proves it, everything is better when it's snowing!

SabinePsynopsis said...

They're incredible. How can you not love the little elements, and as the 1st comment says... Just a little bit demented :)

Kitty Stampede said...

WOAH!!!! these are so cool. Each one has such a story. take me somewhere weird. Insanely cool find.

Donna said...

You always post the most awesome stuff! And 'awesome stuff' is a lame description,but I'm too tired to do any better.

ANDWHATELSEISTHERE said...

This is amazing, never thought this little one would make such an awesome pics.

Alway find the most amazing posts when coming back to your blog.

Great one!!!

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Lorena said...

Yo, catlady - I had to share this:
http://luckymag.tumblr.com/post/14464610037

Brandi said...

Love these, this is the type of holiday decor that I can get behind.

Tiffany said...

these are amazing.

bananas. said...

well aren't those creepy and festive...me likes!!!

the hanging man is kinda fitting for the way i've been feeling. luckily i'm a little better now.

LindseyD said...

I loooooooooove these! Wonder if there are Zombie snow globes out there!?? Cause you know the only thing missing is guts and gore!!! As always, thanks for sharing. I miss having the time to read your posts....they always make me smile. Happy holidays!